Name America's Historical Imprints I: Evans, 1639–1800
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Provides full text, digital images of books, pamphlets, broadsides and periodicals published in America from 1639-1800. 

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ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
18902 The Highland Reel: a Comic Opera, in three acts. As performed with universal applause at the theatre--Federal-Street. By John O'Keeffe, Esq. O'Keeffe , John
Rowson , Susanna
W. P. and Lemuel Blake (Boston)
1797
17800 The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan; or The cottage on the moor. Two volumes in one. By Mrs. Helme. The eighth edition. Helme , Elizabeth
Rev. M.L. Weems (Wilmington)
1795 The eighth edition.
17801 The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan; or The cottage on the moor. Two volumes in one. By Mrs. Helme. The ninth edition. Helme , Elizabeth
William Spotswood (Boston)
1798 The ninth edition.
17803 The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan: or, The cottage on the moor. Two volumes in one. By Mrs. Helme. First New-York edition. Helme , Elizabeth
1800 First New-York edition.
16052 The History of the beggarly boy More , Hannah
1800
18769 The History of the Two Shoemakers. More , Hannah
Cowper , William
Benjamin Johnson [249 Market Street] (Philadelphia)
1807
16829 The Horrors of Oakendale Abbey. A romance Carver , Mrs.
1799
19433 The Inquisitor; or, Invisible Rambler. In three volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, author of Victoria. Second American edition. Rowson , Susanna
Mathew Carey [South Market Street, near Fourth] (Philadelphia)
1794 Second American edition.
19432 The Inquisitor: or, Invisible Rambler. In three volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, author of Victoria. The first American edition. Rowson , Susanna
1793 The first American edition.
16074 The Ladies' literary companion; or A collection of essays, adapted for the instruction and amusement of the female sex. Deverell , Mary
More , Hannah
1792
16361 The Life and Character of Miss Susanna Anthony, Who Died, in Newport, (R.I.) June 23, MDCCXCI, in the Sixty-fifth Year of her Age. Consisting Chiefly in Extracts from her Writings, with Some Brief Observations on Them. Compiled by Samuel Hopkins, D.D. Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Newport. Anthony , Susanna
1799
16368 The Noble Slaves. Being an Entertaining History of the Surprising Adventures, and Remarkable Deliverances, from Algerine Slavery, of Several Spanish Noblemen and Ladies of Quality. Aubin , Penelope
1797
16370 The Noble Slaves. Being an Entertaining History of the Surprising Adventures, and Remarkable Deliverances, from Algerine Slavery, of Several Spanish Noblemen and Ladies of Quality. Aubin , Penelope
1800
16805 The sayings of Mrs. Ann Campbell immediately previous to her death, taken verbatim, as she uttered them. Campbell , Ann
Rush , Benjamin
1766
21867 The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain. Part I More , Hannah
Benjamin and Jacob Johnson (Philadelphia)
1800
15422 The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain. Part II. To which is Added The Sorrows of Yamba, a Poem. More , Hannah
Benjamin and Jacob Johnson (Philadelphia)
1800
19446 Trials of the human heart, a novel. In four volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Philadelphia, author of Charlotte, Fille de chambre, Inquisitor, &c. &c. Rowson , Susanna
1795